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$240. 3-Terabyte SATA Drives Are Now Available

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by The Scarlet Pimp, Oct 19, 2010.

  1. The Scarlet Pimp

    The Scarlet Pimp Senior Member

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  2. BlackTrader

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    amazing news
    Thanks for info
     
  3. frasierukraine

    frasierukraine Junior Member

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    This is the scariest point of all. I remember buying my first 1TB drive a few years ago and had it crash. The cost to retrieve the data was over $200...:eek:
     
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    ya boys but the fact of raid advancements these days.. man up and buy 2 of them.. obviously there will always be failure with large sized hard drives but to combat this problem just have it backed up and it will be a serious asset to any geeks **************..
    I certainly welcome it because it will bring down 2tb drives and others etc
     
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    lotsa porn to have too...
     
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    Just what gives the FBI a woody, all your stuff in one place.
     
  7. The Scarlet Pimp

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    no, it's all your stuff online! aka "cloud storage"...

    wonder who owns the servers... :confused: :confused: :confused:
     
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    Where did you go for just $200 to recover your data? Thanks!
     
  9. frasierukraine

    frasierukraine Junior Member

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    Just call customer service from the provider. I believe they "scale" the costs associated with how much data they actually have to retrieve.

    Please make sure you unplug EvErYtHiNg and replug to make sure you had a "minor" failure and didn't actually lose your stuff first....
     
  10. frasierukraine

    frasierukraine Junior Member

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    2TB will be a steal next month for Black Friday and Black Monday because of this!
     
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